Ji Jian Wu

Qi Lin (麒麟)


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Stories of Each Ji Jian Wu

Inspired by the richness of Chinese Geomancy, the Ji Jian Wu (吉簡物) collection presents a contemporary take on Feng Shui objects that traditionally bring prosperity and blessing.

Qi Lin (麒麟): 

A mythical creature made up of different auspicious animals in Chinese culture. The body is fully or partially scaled and often shaped like an ox, deer or lion. 

One famous legend about Qi Lin speaks of the birth of Confucius, a great Chinese philosopher, that was foretold by the arrival of Qi Lin. Thus, Qi Lin is thought to bring along many good omens, such as longevity, fertility and prosperity.

About the Artist

The Ji Jian Wu Collection was privileged to be hand-selected by Wendy Chua and Gustavo Maggio of design studio Forest & Whale and featured as one of the seven designs by emerging Singaporean designers for the Visions of the Future Exhibition from 10th December 2020 to 7th January 2021.

About Qiuxia

Qiuxia graduated from the Division of Industrial Design, National University of Singapore, in 2019. Spending her childhood in China has cultivated her strong interest in her native culture. She likes to integrate secular stories and artefacts from traditional arts into her works. She won the Red Dot Award: Design Concept 2019 with one of her school projects XIAN CHA (现茶), inspired by the traditional Chinese tea set.

With her passion for Chinese culture and Design, she works to find new shapes to transmit her treasured culture to new generations.



Width: 6cm
Height: 16cm
Length: 6cm


Hand crafted porcelain and pure gold gilding
Designed in Singapore and made in Taiwan

Ji Jian Wu

Qi Lin (麒麟)

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